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They also point to how Abbott prevailed after years of challenges made by members of Alpine's city council who believed their emails to one another did not violate the Texas Open Meetings Act.
In addition to the federal court actions alleging the ordinance was unconstitutional, the Storefront pursued state court actions alleging that the city violated the Texas Open Meetings Act.
Friends of Canyon Lake claimed the river authority and the conservation commission did not follow state laws governing public notification about the application, and that the river authority's board of directors violated the Texas Open Meetings Act when it voted to pursue the application.
Formed in 1978, the FOIFT works to encourage a greater appreciation and understanding of the First Amendment and protects the public's right to know through the Texas Public Information Act and the Texas Open Meetings Act.
Challenge to Open Meetings Act ends (Austin American-Statesman): "A long-running challenge to the Texas Open Meetings Act ended Monday morning when the U.
Kirk Watson, D-Austin, filed a bill Thursday that would expand the Texas Open Meetings Act and allow for members of governmental bodies to communicate in an online forum and not break the law.
Currently, the Texas Open Meetings Act prohibits a quorum of local and state government boards from discussing government business unless it is in an open meeting that has been announced to the public.
Court Finds Texas Open Meetings Act Constitutional: "The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld lower courts' findings that the Texas Open Meetings Act is constitutional, rebutting challenges from city council members across Texas.